Name: The Wave Alter Ego: Rowdy Highwater Height: 5'11" Weight: 175 Hair: Wet Eyes: Black Occupation: Surfer/Detective Powers: Resistant to bullets, they go right through him, heightened surf skills, can stay underwater indefinitely Weaknesses: Dry climates, Shrimp Cocktails
The Wave is made up of one hundred percent water.
After Rowdy Highwater became The Wave, he never pocketed a dime from his surf contests winnings. It all goes to charity.
The reason The Wave likes to ride the high waves, he likes the way the sun feels on his back.
Because of the substance The Wave is made of, he could actually surf without a board but that would be cheating.
MEET THE CAST
Skippy Gladstone had no life until he started working with his hero, The Wave. This wanna-be surfer, with absolutely no surfing talent whatsoever is totally devoted to his boss. He's likable but is constantly getting into trouble. The Wave would have fired him long ago if he didn't have such a soft heart. The Wave feels sorry for the charismatic goofball, so he doesn't mind him sponging off him too much.
Sports agent Ivona Cash discovered Rowdy Highwater long before he became the Wave. She has been with him through thick and thin. No question they have had their highs and lows. Although money driven, she repeats The Wave's moral code. As far as being attracted to Wave, she's cold blooded but she's still a woman.
Sam Downing, better know as Surfin Sammy Sundown probably knows Rowdy Highwater (The Wave) better than any surfer on the circuit. They have been arch rivals since Rowdy beat him in a "hold your breath" contest in the second grade. Some say the only reason Sammy became a surfer was to beat Rowdy. Now that Rowdy has become the Wave, that's going be a toughie.
Whip Waters may appear to be friendly with The Wave, but when it comes down to competition, Whips philosophy is "Whip anyone in my way". Whip is best known for his haircut, it has acquired him many imitators and many commercial endorsements. His haircut has a name, The Whip-tide.
"Life's a wild ride, just don't lose your lunch on the curves." - The Wave